No More Painkillers For Employee Engagement Pains

Workforce problems are becoming more complex and managing this complexity is becoming more important than ever. Companies work hard to stay competitive by investing a lot of money and resources on employee training and engagement programs, but they still...

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Boost Your Brain: The Brain Science Secrets of Motivation, Productivity & Peak Performance

Dr. Brynn Winegard is not your conventional neuroscience speaker. Whether keynoting—as she is for CPHR BC & Yukon at the upcoming HR Conference + Tradeshow in May 2018—or delivering a workshop, she engages her audiences on why we do...

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Bad Advice, Good Advice, and the Best Advice Ever

By David Creelman A recent HR publication suggested that a good interview question was “What song best describes your work ethic?” That’s bad advice. Enough research has been done on interviewing that we know that type of question is a...

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Study: Efforts on Gender Diversity Not Improving Workforce Progression of Women

Women, who continue to be underrepresented at most levels in the workforce, are not progressing in their careers despite the past two decades of organizational efforts to achieve gender diversity and equality, according to new global research from Mercer,...

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The Coming Leadership Gap

Special Promotional Feature Effective leadership is a constellation of skills and competencies. Senior Hay Group researchers have now described how that constellation will dim with the retirement of the baby boom generation. In one study, a team of researchers identified...

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Research Confirms the CHRP Effect: Bringing The Business Together

By Maureen Campbell According to a recent study, it’s a great time to be in HR - and an even better time to hold the Canadian Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. Conducted by PayScale and the Human Resources Professionals Association of...

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The Impact of Forced Layoffs

Research Briefings are a service from BC HRMA’s research group. The aim is to make it easier and quicker for HR professionals to find and apply the latest and best people management insight to their challenges and projects. Forced layoffs...

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Information and Research Sources – A Primer for HR Professionals

  By Helen Luketic, CHRP     BC HRMA is frequently asked for information sources, from best practice research to benchmarks to information on “where to start”.  As HR professionals, figuring out where to get research, data, and best practice information can be...

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